Our nation"s documents
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Our nation"s documents the written words that shaped our country by Melanie Kletter

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Published by Time Home Entertainment in New York, NY .
Written in English


  • Politics and government,
  • Monroe doctrine,
  • Constitution

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About the Edition

Nothing we could publish under the TFK brand could be more timely for young readers than a concise introduction to the great documents of the United States-from the Declaration of Independence to the U.S Constitution including the amendments and select excerpts from the Federalist Papers. But we don"t stop there! Key speeches and laws are included, describing American governmental policy and ideation from colonial times to the present day.

Edition Notes

Other titlesTime for kids
Statementby the editors of TIME for Kids magazine with Melanie Kletter ; illustrations by Aaron Meshon
The Physical Object
Pagination112 p.
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26959616M
ISBN 101683300718
ISBN 109781683300717

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